Johnson Spotlight--Amanda Webb

Welcome to Johnson Spotlight on the blog! Johnson Spotlight is posted every Wednesday and seeks to connect the hardworking people at Johnson University Tennessee who do so much behind the scenes to our students, alumni, and friends. This week we would love for you to meet Amanda Webb. Amanda is a fantastic individual who happens to be the Social Media Coordinator/Copywriter at JUTN. Take a minute to get to know something about Amanda!

How long have you worked at Johnson University?

Amanda_1.jpgI’ve worked at Johnson six years, two years in Admissions and four in Advancement.

What is your favorite color?

Emerald green

What is your favorite thing about the Christmas season?

My favorite thing about Christmas is going home to Virginia and spending time with my family, especially my dad.

What is one interesting fact about yourself?

I have been the official witness (which means I signed the marriage license) of over 350 weddings.
(Now that's A LOT of signing!)

What is your favorite quote/scripture?

Actually it’s the chorus of my favorite song (so says the musician’s wife). It combines three my favorite things music, metaphors, and my Savior.

“There is a rescue ship from the King’s harbor shore better get on board today.
It’s the greatest ship that’s ever sailed; this ship’s the only way
To rescue you from this storm tossed life, when you just can’t take anymore.
Jesus is the captain on the rescue ship that sails from the King’s harbor shore.”
The King's Harbor Shore, by Emma L. Smith

Thank you Amanda for all you do (which let me tell you...is A LOT!). If you see Amanda out and about, be sure to say hello! Maybe, if you're lucky, she will tell you about some of the 350 weddings she's signed off on. ;)

This concludes the 2013 posts of Johnson Spotlight! Be on the lookout for more Johnson Spotlight blog posts in January 2014. Who will be featured next semester?
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
-Gretchen Robards


story and photo submitted by Gretchen Robards ('14)
 

Posted: 12/17/2013 1:35:38 PM

 

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